The Club de Campo’s history dates back to 1929 when King Alfonso XIII often played polo there. The new Club de Campo dates back to 1984, when they started modernizing and refurbishing the facilities.
Spread out over 250 hectares, the club boasts a wide variety of top-quality sports facilities, including: tennis, horse riding, polo, hockey, squash, padel (sport similar to platform tennis), swimming pools (one of them Olympic size) and clay pigeon and trap shooting. Golf is an important part of the Club de Campo Villa de Madrid. Back in 1932 it already had a 9-hole course, although it bore no similarity to the one found there now. After the Spanish Civil War, Javier Arana designed a new course over the trenches reminiscent of the battle which was inaugurated in 1956 by Ángel Miguel with a Dunlop 65 Nº3 ball.
The Club de Campo Villa de Madrid boasts a range of courses: black (18 holes), yellow (18 holes), par 3 (9 holes), two practice fields, putting green, pitching green, golf shop, a room for golf clubs and golf buggies. It also hosts numerous national and international tournaments.